The hardware vendor Smach has today revealed new details about the first SteamOS handheld, Smach Zero which will join the Steam Link, Steam Controller and other SteamOS devices when it goes on sale next fall in the US.
The portable was first known as the Steamboy, however Smach has decided to change that name, today announcing that it will be called the Smach Zero.
Along with the name change they also revealed that it will run on SteamOS, and will be available with “more than 1,000 games” on day one.
Polygon also found details on the hardware specs, which include the following:
- AMD embedded G-Series SoC “Steppe Eagle” with Jaguar-based CPU and GCN-based Radeon graphics
- 4 GB RAM
- 32GB internal storage and SD Card Slot
- USB OTG
- 5-inch Touch screen with 720p resolution
- Configurable tactile gamepads
- HDMI video output connection
- Wi-Fi connectivity
- Bluetooth connectivity
- 4G mobile network connectivity (PRO model only)
The Smach Zero will go on sale on November 10th 2016 along with all the other Steam hardware, and will be priced at $299 in the US if you pre-order it.